Insolvency 2019

Last Updated December 07, 2018

Insolvency 2019 - Comparisons

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Last Updated December 07, 2018

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Cervantes Sainz, S.C. (Mexico City - HQ) ’s Insolvency & Restructuring Group is made up of five partners and ten associates. The team primarily handles insolvency work related to commercial litigation.

Cervantes Sainz, S.C.

Torre del Bosque
Blvd. M. Ávila Camacho 24 – Piso 20
Lomas de Chapultepec
11000 Mexico City

52 (55) 91785040

52 (55) 55403433

asainz@cervantessainz.com www.cervantessainz.com
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1. Market Trends and Developments
2. Statutory Regimes Governing Restructurings, Reorganisations, Insolvencies and Liquidations
3. Out-of-court Restructurings and Consensual Workouts
4. Secured Creditor Rights and Remedies
5. Unsecured Creditor Rights, Remedies and Priorities
6. Statutory Restructurings, Rehabilitations and Reorganisations
7. Statutory Insolvency and Liquidation Proceedings
8. International/Cross-border Issues and Processes
9. Trustees/Receivers/Statutory Officers
10. Advisers and Their Roles
11. Mediations/Arbitrations
12. Duties and Personal Liability of Directors and Officers of Financially Troubled Companies
13. Transfers/Transactions That May Be Set Aside
14. Intercompany Issues
15. Trading Debt and Debt Securities
16. The Importance of Valuations in the Restructuring and Insolvency Process

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Cervantes Sainz, S.C. (Mexico City - HQ) ’s Insolvency & Restructuring Group is made up of five partners and ten associates. The team primarily handles insolvency work related to commercial litigation.

Cervantes Sainz, S.C.

Torre del Bosque
Blvd. M. Ávila Camacho 24 – Piso 20
Lomas de Chapultepec
11000 Mexico City

52 (55) 91785040

52 (55) 55403433

asainz@cervantessainz.com www.cervantessainz.com
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